Thanks for Making the Difference!
We are seeking funders interested in supporting new projects and being part of developing exciting pathwasys.
We would like to thank all of the funders who have invested in La Alianza Hispana.
La Alianza Hispana, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt community based organization providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health and education programs to the Latino Community of Greater Boston. Founded in 1971, La Alianza Hispana has become the starting point for over 2,000 Latinos annually who seek support at all stages of life. Our goal is to strenghthens individuals, families and communitites for ongoing success. La Alianza Hispana believes in social justice as a means of creating a more egalitarian, participatory and peaceful society in which all members can realize their fullest potential. Thank you for considering making a gift to "La Alianza Hispana."
Donations by Check
Please make checks payable to 'La Alianza Hispana" and send to the following address.
Attn. Vivian Pera
La Alianza Hispana, Inc.
1000 Massachusetts Ave. # 101 | Boston MA, 02118
Your Donation Impact
We approach our work in collaboration with others to ensure the greatest impact and success. We launched new, cost-effective initiatives to address pressing socio-economic challenges.
Some of these program highlights include:
Girls' Development Group
In response to growing youth violence in the Dudley Square area, we launched a Girls' Development Group targeted to at-risk Latinas. We were able to activate this group thanks to the generous pilot project funding from Anna B. Stearns Foundation and the Amelia Peabody Foundation.
Celebra la Vida Con Salud Y Música
More than 13,000 people attended our 2nd Annual Latino Health Festival. We expanded our work with our national partner, Celebra La Vida Con Salud and with Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the City of Boston's Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events. Last year we engaged Planned Parenthood of Massachusetts and Boston Public Health Commission, two strategic partners that will help to broaden our impact on reaching Latinos with public health services.
Community Based Participatory Research
Drawing upon research findings from our partnership with Tufts University and Northeastern University, we enhanced programming for our seniors with an art therapy group and educational workshops which promote good nutrition and mental health.
Work Place English
We expanded workforce development programs by providing our Workplace English classes on-site at Sterlingwear of Boston.